[Employee Name],
This letter is to inform you that your employment with [company name] will end as of [date termination is effective].
You have been terminated for the following reason(s):[List factual reasons for termination].
This decision is not reversible.
You will receive:[List compensation they will receive, including pay for unused leave, severance pay, salary owed, etc].
Your health care benefits will [explanation of what will happen with their benefits].
You are requested to return[list all company property to be returned].
Also, please keep in mind that you have signed[list any agreements employee has signed, such as a confidentiality policy or a nonsolicitation agreement].
If you have questions about policies you have signed, your compensation, benefits, or returning company property, please contact [contact name, typically someone from HR, with contact info].
[Name of person handling termination]
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Dear Friends,
The draft of termination letter in case of commission of theft by employee indicates that the such employee can be terminated directly without complying with the disciplinary process.
In case if an employee is charged with some misconduct whatever it may be, he can legally be only punished after completing the disciplinary process where he is afforded with an opportunity of being heard and then termination letter language will be different.
One should not take risk of terminating the services of any such employee instantly. In case of dispute, it may backfire.
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